May Day and Founder's Day

Wed., May 2, 1934

Students and faculty members celebrated the annual College May Day and Founder's day with a variety of programs, including "May Day breakfast, chapel service, decoration of the graves of the presidents of the college, Inter-fraternity track meet, and an open house at Metzger Hall". During the chapel service, Rev. Dr. John Wesley Hill, chancellor emeritus at Lincoln University, discussed Abraham Lincoln's character and claimed Lincoln believed in individualism and was a spiritual man.  

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Dickinsonian, May 2, 1934, pg. 1.